Keshia Knight Pulliam: I Will NOT Be An Atlanta Housewife!

Is former child star Keshia Knight Pulliam way too classy to get involved in a reality TV show?

By: Taren Vaughan

Most known for her role as the adorable Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show, Actress Keshia Knight Pulliam has been in the acting business for quite some time now. As an adult, she has managed to snag roles in a few films, some of which include Beauty Shop starring Queen Latifah and Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes To Jail. As Pulliam continues to appear in movies and sitcoms, a fueled rumor was circulating about the possibility of her making a move towards the reality TV show world.

It was rumored that Keshia Knight Pulliam was on her way to becoming a member of the Real Housewives of Atlanta cast.

She quickly cleared up the rumor that she will be joining the cast:

“Guys, you can’t believe EVERYTHING you read!” she writes. “I am NOT going to be on Real Housewives of Atlanta!!! There is absolutely no truth to this rumor … I have no idea how it started.”

According to RumorFix, the credit for the rumor goes to Mediatakeout, no surprise there.

Now Real Housewives of Atlanta doesn’t steal the award for trashiest reality TV show. Too many other ones would beat them to the punch. But overall, some people just think involving yourself in reality TV is just not a good look period.

It’s obvious that the chat about Keshia Knight Pulliam becoming an Atlanta housewife was complete BS. And it sounds like she has no intentions of even going down the reality TV road.

Better yet, should she ever consider it all?

Does Keshia Knight Pulliam have way too much class to be rubbing elbows with ladies who make it a point to show their asses on national TV for a paycheck?



  1. I’m glad this wasn’t true! I was severely disappointed when I heard this yesterday. Can’t have Lil Rudy kicking it with NeNe.

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